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  • Summary: The Rabbids first comedy-adventure takes them to the moon or bust! Those crazy Rabbids have an infallible plan: collect all the human stuff they can find, heap it onto a giant pile and literally climb home to the moon. But not so fast! The Humans revolt, unleashing the Verminators whose only objective is to exterminate the Rabbids. Rabbids Go Home game features include: The Rabbids First Puzzle-Adventure Game: The Raving Rabbids, using a shopping cart, will have to solve the puzzle of each level and collect as much stuff as they can to build a giant pile to their home - the moon! Same storyline as the Wii version, different gameplay: The game features a true story mode, including hours of puzzle-based gameplay. Stir up funny chain reactions in 150 brain teasers based on physics and funny Rabbids characters. The goal is to lead a shopping cart to the Toilets, collecting as many maximum resources as possible on the way. 15 tricky levels to actually build a huge pile to the moon: Test your reflexes and your skills with the stylus. Challenge mode: Four delirious challenge modes of 20 levels each, apart from the story mode and with different rules and objectives. Create hilarious situations by getting rid of those Raving Rabbids or making them fly! But be careful to not miss the TV show. Unique art direction: Encounter a cast of colorful, oddball characters (humans, Verminators, dogs, etc.) and explore a remarkable parody of the modern world. Exclusive level editor: Create your own puzzles and share them with your friends and the whole RGH community! Also download other players' puzzles for hours of additional gameplay. [Ubisoft] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. With over two hundred premade puzzles, a puzzle editor, and the ability to download and share puzzles over Wi-Fi, there is a ton of puzzling goodness to be had in Rabbids Go Home.
  2. Rabbids Go Home is a great puzzle game on the DS, a real must have for everyone who loves puzzles and/or the Rabbids!
  3. The mission of the Rabbids to reach the moon can be said also on the success of the Nintendo handheld. Recommended for those who love this series and wants something new compared to the classic mini-games of all time and who want a puzzle game proposing something different from the usual piece that falls vertically.
  4. The best example of the genre we've seen in ages. [Christmas 2009, p.70]
  5. An interesting Lemming and Mini Mario clone.
  6. It's the perfect style of puzzle for touch-screen controls, and there's an edit mode for designing your own custom challenges, which adds a lot of replay value to this latest exercise in Rabbid abuse. [Holiday 2009, p.89]
  7. Never have we seen a DS game fail so badly to capture the fun of its Wii sibling. [Christmas 2009, p.92]